ho-hum. >> what is interesting is that the treasury market for the most part isn't really moving with the economic data. it's really more the macro story and, in particular, the situation in europe. as for where yields will go this year, experts are all over the charts. credit suisse's jersey predicts the 10-year won't be much higher than it is today. >> reporter: by year end, you will more or less make the coupon, you'll make the yield of say 2 percent, if that's, let's say, what the fund is yielding today. it's not a stellar outcome, but with think as part of a balance portfolio, it makes a lot of sense. on the other hand, goldman's >> reporter: beinner says the yield on 10-year could fall as low as 1.5%. and, because bond prices move in the opposite direction, that could give bond investors a nice rally. >> if we get into a deflationary situation that's emanating out of europe, probably not emanating from the u.s. initially, that could happen, at least in the short term.